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Mansfield College, Oxford

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Mansfield College, Oxford is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford[3] in Oxford, England. The college was founded in Birmingham in 1838 as a college for Nonconformist students. It moved to Oxford in 1886 and was renamed Mansfield College after George Mansfield and his sister Elizabeth. In 1995 a royal charter was awarded giving the institution full college status. The college grounds are located on Mansfield Road, near the centre of Oxford.

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Mansfield College
Oxford
Arms: Gules an open book proper inscribed DEUS LOCUTUS EST NOBIS IN FILIO in letters sable bound argent edged and clasped or between three cross crosslets or.
LocationMansfield Road
Coordinates51.757428°N 1.252876°W / 51.757428; -1.252876
MottoDeus locutus est nobis in filio ("God hath spoken unto us by [his] son", Hebrews 1:1–2)
Established1838 as Spring Hill College
1886 as Mansfield College
Named forGeorge and Elizabeth Mansfield
ArchitectBasil Champneys
Sister collegeHomerton College, Cambridge
PrincipalHelen Mountfield
Undergraduates239[1] (2020-2021)
Postgraduates173
Endowment£17 million (2021)[2]
Websitewww.mansfield.ox.ac.uk
Boat clubBoatclub
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Location in Oxford city centre
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As of February 2018,[1] the college comprises 231 undergraduates, 158 graduates, 34 visiting students and 67[4] fellows and academics.

The principal of the college since 2018 is Helen Mountfield, a barrister and legal scholar.